Human rights risks in the ICT supply chain
A collection of articles by Make ICT Fair, published 2021.
The University of Edinburgh is a partner in the Make ICT Fair project which aims to improve the lives of workers and those impacted along different stages of the ICT supply chain through research, campaigning, capacity building and advocacy.
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This collection of articles brings together mapping, research and advocacy activities that took place as part of Make ICT Fair, an EU-funded project that aims to improve the lives of workers and those impacted along the various stages of the ICT supply chain. The project includes research, campaigning, capacity building and advocacy. Several risk-assessment and fact-finding missions into ICT supply chains have thus far been organised. This document provides only a short synopsis; the more detailed reports of the fact-finding missions are available via the links in figure 1 or will be published in the near future.
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